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Paul Hindemith is one of the most eminent German violists and composer of all times. Read on to know more about the childhood, life and timeline of this legendary composer. Paul Hindemith was one of the leading trendsetters of musical modernism. He was a master composer, conductor, violist, educator and theoretician and one of the four founders of modernism. His theoretic concerns ran deep and wide, and incorporated medieval philosophy, early church writings and various musical subject matters. He was a deft musician who was well versed with almost all the standard musical instruments and was exceptionally proficient on viola and viola d'amore. He wrote Trauermusik (Funeral Music) when he came to know about the demise of George V, and this piece of work was in tribute to the late King. 1937: His book on harmonic theory named tz, was first published.
Paul Hindemith (1895–1963) Theme and Four Variations: The Four Temperaments, Ballet for Piano and String Orchestra. SERGEY KOUDRIAKOV (piano). Soloists of the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra (conductor – MIKHAIL TSINMAN. Hindemith composed his original untitled suite suitable for dance for George Balanchine shortly after the composer had arrived in the . driven out of Germany by the Nazi. But the ballet version was not premiered until 1946, with its theme and four human dance characters for the following four movements. This does not apply for DXD selection.
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Pierre du Mage: Livre d'Orgue & Louis-Nicolas Clérambault: 2 Suites. Recorded in 1976 at Houdan, France. Sigean, France: Solstice Music, 1976. Paul Hindemith: 3 Sonatas & Max Reger: Organ Works. Recorded in 1975 at St. Sernin, Toulouse, France. Sigean, France: Solstice Music, 1975. 1 LP. Darius Milhaud: Complete Organ Works. Recorded in 1974 at Chartres Cathedral, France. Sigean, France: Solstice Music FYCD 916.
Gertrud and Paul Hindemith. The Sonata in E for Violin and Piano composed in the summer of 1935 opened a series, completed in 1955, of a total of 26 sonatas for winds, strings, piano, organ and harp, 17 of which Hindemith had already composed by the time of his departure for the United States in February 1940. He explained some of his motivations for composing these works to his publisher Willy Strecker in November 1939: You will be surprised that I am writing sonatas for all the wind instruments.
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